Inner Child Weekend 2

Dovegreyreader came up with a great idea to have an Inner Child Weekend every month. I plan on reading Daphne’s Book by Mary Downing Hahn in the 1983 edition that I remember reading as a pre-teen. When the book came earlier this week in the mail, I examined every inch of it to make sure it was the same book. It is. I had the urge to smell the damn thing.

What books did you read as a child? Have you read any lately?


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5 Responses to Inner Child Weekend 2

  1. Aerin says:

    Vasilly, my dear, dear, blogosphere buddy, seriously, you need to stop. I have THINGS TO DO. I CANNOT pull out all my Trixie Belden, Nancy Drew and/or Judy Blume books and while away the weekend reliving my best friends from childhood.

    Okay, maybe just one…

    or two….

    or seven…

    But if I get in trouble, I’m sending my husband your way! 🙂

    (I reread them all every so often – last one was a Nancy Drew I scored on PaperBack Swap, yay)

  2. Scrap girl says:

    I am joining in with this too. I am reading The Magician’s Nephew by C.S. Lewis today.

  3. N.Vasillis says:

    Aerin: *laughs* Read them! I think I’m going to go and check out some Judy Blume. Years ago I lost my copy of Are you there, God? It’s me, Margaret. Then there was Forever by Judy Blume and Iggie’s House and . . . Let’s just spend the weekend eating comfort food and reading our childhood favorites!

    Scarp girl: I love The Magician’s Nephew’s! Have fun.

  4. J. Kaye says:

    LOL! I just saw this on Scrap girl’s blog! I left her a comment that I was a late bloomer when it comes to books. I didn’t find my obsession for them until I was an adult.

  5. N.Vasillis says:

    It’s not too late to start reading children’s books!

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